I've Been Thinking:
The most common question I get nowadays is about the presidential candidates.
The big question on people's minds is which candidate is better for Israel. Everyone wants to know which candidate is better on security. Of course, people also want to know which candidate has the best chance of winning.
Now that we are down to two candidates - even though the third party option has also emerged --- it is time to clarify some essential points of presidential politics.
The excitement about these issues will grow as we approach summer and the conventions which will be held at the end of July.
The conventions formulate and cast the candidates in the context of their parties.
Conventions ground the candidates and force them into a platform. For better or for worse, no matter which party you cheer for, the convention merges the candidate with the party.
We need to watch and see if either candidate wants to abandon ship or the party.
Until the conventions are over it is impossible to answer questions - even questions as simple as who is best for Israel's security, for US security, and who has the best chance to win.
Patience is the name of this game.
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